That’s because this weather app, Weather Whiskers, is weather told in LOL Cats.
What if you’re feeling fancy and/or just don’t want to think up things you’ve never done? There’s an app for that! Meet Gay Never Have I Ever for iPhone and iPad.
Verdict: iOS 7 is sexy.
So many ways to get your language learning on! Enjoy, queermos. Et bonne chance!
Nothing is better at making you feel accomplished like sweating until you melt. And nothing is better at making that even more satisfying than a few good running apps.
In no particular order, here are some apps I’d like to try this summer. Some of them are like, *brain explodes* THE FUTURE IS NOW.
Go Vegan! is an iPhone and iPad vegan cooking app that you will love.
“You can probably see a line winding its way from an Apple store to where you’re standing.”
“I remember my first iPod; it had the four red illuminated buttons and it never left my side. I remember my first smartphone: it was an iPhone. I remember picking up an iPad with skepticism and setting it down and knowing that I didn’t just want one — I needed one.”
Former Apple CEO Steve Jobs died earlier this evening. He was 56. “Stay hungry. Stay foolish.”
Being gay is “one of many conditions that beset fallen humanity,” and Exodus International wants to help you!, through prayer and the Internet.
What really counts about the iPad 2 isn’t the iPad 2 at all.
The Verizon iPhone manifests! The rumors are true, not unlike this unicorn spotted in the wild.
Apple’s commercial for the newly updated iPod Nano features “Short Skirt/Long Jacket” by CAKE. If you’ve only heard the band’s radio singles, there’s definitely more to love — from twangy guitar and funky bass to trumpet solos. Jess G. shares her Top 10 favorite songs from the band’s almost 20-year history in the hope you will love them, too.
The iPhone 4 hits stores, and it’s ever, ever so shiny. But every rose has its thorns. Apple’s latest device has already suffered the slings and arrows of some serious signal problems, and it’s basically still Day 1. But don’t worry: Apple offers us a simple fix: just hold the phone different. No really, Steve Jobs wants to change how you hold your iPhone instead of admitting that he has a problem. Jobshole.
Check out this list of 5 robots to amaze, frighten and overwhelm you. There’s even a penguin robot! Also, the iPhone 4’s pre-ordering clusterf*ck, and the tiniest tiniest tidbit of gaming news from E3.
Apple introduces the iPhone 4, or should we say “re-introduces,” the iPhone 4. Meet the newest iPhone, its solid feature set and see just how shiny it is. But is shiny enough? Should it be? And oh yeah, Jane Lynch pops up to mock Apple and allude to a sex dungeon of some kind. Count me in.
A secret version of the unannounced next-gen iPhone 4G showed up in a bar in California and someone whisked it up and unloaded the goods to Gizmodo! Also, you have to watch this weirdly artful home movie an octopus took because it’s totally amazing. And that’s not all: a hipster shows up in a photograph from 1941, Steve Jobs gets called out and more!
Guest contributor John Moon of Achtung Baby! geeks out with an iPad for our entertainment. Hey, if you don’t have one- why not live vicariously?
The tech arms race skyrockets onward with Google’s remark about expanding into iPad territory, a new phone for I’m not sure who from Microsoft and a new fleet of MacBook Pros. Also, Felicia Day was offended by the crudeness of the Streamy Awards and for that someone must suffer.